Yesterday I worked on a baby quilt, today a TATW (trip around the world) quilt.
The baby quilt was really fun! I used a bubble panto in the background and echoed around the central images:
and the freehand echoing:
After that was done yesterday I loaded and started today’s quilt, a TATW done with 1-1/2″ squares. I’m really liking how this is comng out, it’s the first time I’ve crosshatched an entire quilt since back in my hand quilting days (early 90s!!!)
And I’m past the halfway point already! YEAH!
Okay, back to work now, as I really want to get this done and start on some hand-dyes this evening!
I guess you could say my vacation did me well and I came back with renewed energy and ideas! Or is it the classic rock on the stereo that’s got me moving today? Hmm, could be a combination of both of those and the sunshine!
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The cross hatching looks great!
WOW…that’s a lot of cross hatching!!! Looks fabulous… and love the butterfly quilt!
Wow! LOVE that crosshatching! It looks GREAT!
great crosshatching! and the butterfly looks fab!
OMG, you’re amazing. Still hand quilting here, this would take me two months AFTER the piecing!
How long does it take you to do a king size quilt?